Master of Science in Healthcare Management prepares students for roles in the
leadership and management of the
Executive Track – for physicians and senior level healthcare executives.
The Professional Track MS in Healthcare Management is a 36 credit hour program consisting of business core, healthcare management courses and electives. Students must maintain a 3.0 grade point average in both core courses and overall to qualify for the M.S. degree.
6301 Organizational Behavior
6204 MIS Fundamentals or AIM 6202 Managerial Accounting
6320 The American Healthcare System
6322 Healthcare Cost Management and Control
Additional courses as approved by the Associate Dean for Masters Programs
The Executive Track for
physicians and senior healthcare executives is delivered in a non-semester
format. The 36 credit hour curriculum
4-day residential classes. A different
class is offered every two months and classes may be started at any time and
taken in any order. The program is
jointly taught by faculty from the
Successful completion of any five classes is recognized by the award of a Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Management. Completion of the nine healthcare management classes OR any eight classes plus a self-directed field study is recognized by the award of a Master of Science in Healthcare Management. Students must maintain a 3.0 overall grade point average in order to qualify for the M.S. degree.
The Executive Track MS in Healthcare Management is supported entirely by participant fees and special admission requirements apply. For information, contact the program office at (972) 883-6252.
6401 Negotiation and Conflict Management in Healthcare
HMGT 6402 Financial Management of Healthcare Organizations
HMGT 6403 Medical Cost and Performance Management
HMGT 6404 Service Quality Improvement and Patient Satisfaction
HMGT 6405 Healthcare Information and Technology
HMGT 6406 Strategic Leadership of Healthcare Organizations
HMGT 6407 Healthcare Policy and Regulation
HMGT 6408 Motivational Leadership in Healthcare Organizations
HMGT 6409 Self-Directed Field Study